And I bet there are thousands more like her!
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The “voter fraud” alarm is constantly ringing all over our precious state. New info about the very “clear” win of the Democrats on the November 2020 elections s popping up on every single corner!
According to the story published by Tyler Morning Telegraph,
“Monica Rene Mendez, 36, of Port Lavaca, was charged with three counts of illegal voting, seven counts of unlawful voter assistance, eight counts of returning marked ballots without consent, and eight counts of election fraud, according to jail records.
Further details, including the jurisdiction, timing, or specific nature of the alleged violations, as well as the number of ballots potentially affected, remained unclear Thursday.
As of Thursday morning, Mendez remained in custody at the Victoria County jail, where she is being held on $1,000 bond.
Chief Deputy Will Franklin of the Victoria County Sheriff’s Office referred questions about the charges to the Texas Attorney General’s Office, which did not immediately respond to an interview request Thursday morning.
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Victoria County Elections Administrator Margetta Hill said she was not aware of any violations that had occurred locally during this past November’s election or the May 1 elections this year. Local officials and the Attorney General’s office would typically communicate in the event of any election integrity issues, Hill said.
“They would notify me, and I would notify them if I was having a problem also,” Hill said.
Franklin said the Attorney General’s Office conducted an interview with Mendez at the Victoria County Sheriff’s Office but said he did not know where the alleged election violations occurred.
“The reason they obtained the warrant here is more likely because she’s a resident here,” he said.
Several types of violations constitute illegal voting under Texas law, including voting by non-eligible voters, voting multiple times by the same person, impersonating another voter, using another person’s ballot or knowingly marking another person’s ballot without their consent.
Illegal voting is a second-degree felony punishable by two to 20 years in prison and up to a $10,000 fine, according to state law. Attempted illegal voting is a state jail felony punishable by 180 days to two years in prison and up to a $10,000 fine.”